Want To Know About Your Thyroid???

The thyroid gland is a butterfly shaped endocrine gland that is normally located in the lower front of the neck. The function of thyroid gland is to make thyroid hormones, which are secreted in to the blood and then carried to every tissue in the body. Thyroid hormone plays a very important role in the body as use energy, stay warm and keep the brain, heart, muscles, and other organs working as they should. They help in regulation of growth and metabolism in the body. Thyroid hormones also help children grow and develop.
The thyroid’s hormones regulate vital body functions, including: Continue reading

Trying to get pregnant

The most precious gift to women is that she can get pregnant and she can be a mother .Giving child birth is an amazing feeling of women.

Most of the women do not actually aware of the facts that how to get pregnant. If you are planning to get pregnant and have a baby, just go through these tips and knowledge about your menstrual cycles and ovulation periods.


1.Menstrual  Cycle– first of all you have to know that your Menstrual cycles are regular or irregular.

On average, a woman’s cycle normally is between 28-32 days, but some women may have much shorter or much longer cycles. Work out the length of your average menstrual cycle.

Let me explain you…if you have 28 days cycle, it is easy to calculate ovulation periods. And if you know well about your menstrual cycle it would be easy to calculate ovulation period.

2. Ovulation period– Ovulation is when a mature egg is released from the ovary, moves down the Fallopian tube, and is available in the Fallopian tube to be fertilized.

Normally menstruation occurs 14th day after ovulation.

If you have 28 days cycle, ovulation period would be 14th day from the LMP (last menstrual period).

If you have 30 days cycle, ovulation period would be at 16th day from your LMP.

In 32 days cycle ovulation period would be 18th day from the LMP.

I want to clarify that after ovulation it takes 14 days to get period.

So if you want to calculate your ovulation period just go backward 14 counting from the next estimated date of menstrual period and that would be your ovulation period.

Simple formula

Days of menstrual cycle -14= ovulation period

Now you know about ovulation period.

Next is important to know that life span of egg is 24 hours and sperm is 4-5 days.

So Intercourse done during the fertile period would result in positive pregnancy, and chance of getting pregnant is 90 percent.

Conclusion is that Intercourse at 12th,13th, 14th,15th and 16th day would give you positive pregnancy.

3. Position during intercourse– male should be on the top.

Female should use a pillow under her waist making 45 degree angle for uterus so that path of sperm will be easy and directed towards uterus.

After release of semen (sperms) women should keep raise her legs for at least 20 minutes, it will help sperms movement directed towards uterus.

4. Abstinence – 5 days abstinence will help in collection of large amount of sperms and faster movement when they release after 5 days of abstinence.

5. Do not pass urine after intercourse at least 2 hrs.

6. Do not take hot water shower till 3 days after ovulation period.

7. Deep breathing exercises will help you stress free and blood purification, blood flow towards uterus and positivity in your thoughts.

Health Tips

Few health tips

Health is wealth. It is easy to enjoy life if you are healthy. Only thing you have to balance life with work  .

Today life is very busy, and every one can say this easily that I don’t get time to keep me fit. Did you ever think that if you are working, means your body also working so in these 24 hours why you can not get time to stay your body healthy, just think and give few minutes from your schedule every day for your body only .  Only few things you have to keep in mind and follow me regularly, you will be happy to see changes in your life positively.

  1. Sleep– 6 hours sleep is very important for brain and body. The best time to sleep is between 10 pm to 4 am.
  2. Water -Drinking water when you wake up –keep water  overnight in a copper vessel and drink it in morning at least 4 glass of water. Drinking at least 10-12 glasses of water in a day is very good for health. Water plays a very important role in washout all the toxins from our body and maintains hydration.
  3. Yoga and meditation-the way you approach your morning can set the tone for the day ahead. Plays a very important role in keeping our body healthy and fit. After a night of rest your mind is clear, and research shows that will power is greatest in the hours after waking. When we meditate our brain centers get activated to secret relaxin hormone, at least 20 minutes per day yoga is very important to keep your body healthy.Yoga activates your nervous system and boost up your energy. Yoga rejuvenates the mind, body and spirit.
  4. Breakfast –We should always take healthy breakfast rich in protein ,fibers, and juices. Breakfast should be like a king. And the dinner should be the light meal of the day.
  5. Posture –Body postures plays a crucial role here. By positioning the body correcting while sitting and standing, there is even pressure on the spine, its muscles and ligaments. Having good posture can reduce physical stress on the body. Headaches, neck pain and back pain can be lessened when the body maintains a good upright position.
  6. Dietary habits– People can improve their overall eating patterns, the complete combination of foods and drinks in their diet, the eating pattern may be more predictive of overall health status and disease risk than individual foods or nutrients. Choose a healthy eating pattern at an appropriate calorie level to help achieve and maintain a healthy body weight, support nutrient adequacy, and reduce the risk of chronic disease. Say no to junk foods, only juices, whole fruits, food rich in fibers, water, sprouts, reduce sodium intake, low added sugar, low saturated fat.  Avoid oily food,  use whole grain food items, avoid frozen food.
  7. Brush your teeth twice a day.
  8. We should not drink water after meal at least for 2 hour.
  9. Dinner – Dinner should take at least 3 hour before going to bed.
  10. Physical activity –at least 30 min /day for 5 days in a week. Physical activity associated with work, home, and transportation has declined in recent decades and can be attributed to less active occupations; reduced physical activity for commuting to work, school, or for errands; and increased sedentary behavior often associated with television viewing and other forms of screen time.